Juventus vs Genoa: TV channel, live stream, team news & prediction

Juventus welcome Genoa to the Allianz Stadium on Sunday as they look to end their inconsistent home form in Serie A.

Defeats to Atalanta and Sassuolo in two out of their previous three home outings has left Massimiliano Allegri scratching his head for solutions, with the Old Lady currently outside the European positions.


Genoa arrive with former Milan talisman Andriy Shevchenko in charge, although the Grifone have tasted victory just once all season.

Here’s everything you need to know about the game.

When is kick off? Sunday 5 December, 19:45 (GMT)
Where is the match being played? Allianz Stadium
What TV channel is it on? BT Sport (UK), Paramount+ (US)
Highlights? BT Sport YouTube, Serie A YouTube
Referee? Daniele Chiffi
VAR? Paolo Valeri

Danilo Luiz da Silva

Danilo is a doubt for Juventus / Emilio Andreoli/GettyImages

Injuries are beginning to bite the Old Lady hard, with Federico Chiesa joining the treatment room in Turin with a thigh injury in recent weeks.

Aaron Ramsey and Danilo are also likely to miss out for Juventus, while Weston McKennie will be missing until the new year.

You can read Juventus’ predicted lineup here.

Mattia Destro

Destro is a doubt for Genoa / Nicolò Campo/GettyImages

Genoa have a host of players with an outside chance of making their return for the trip to Turin.

Mattia Destro and Felipe Caicedo are scheduled to return in the near future, while Nikola Maksimovic and Domenico Criscito could feature.

Paulo Dybala, Filippo Melegoni

Juventus won both meetings against Genoa last season / Valerio Pennicino/GettyImages

Genoa are winless in their last five meetings against Juventus, with their last victory coming back in March 2019.

The Old Lady boast the considerably superior head-to-head in this fixture, losing just three times against the Grifone since 2010.

Luca Pellegrini, Rodrigo Bentancur, Juan Cuadrado, Kaio Jorge

Juventus celebrate / Jonathan Moscrop/GettyImages

Juve are in a desperate search for consistency in Serie A, with their recent home victory over Fiorentina bookended by disappointing defeats to Sassuolo and Atalanta in Turin.

Their midweek victory over Salernitana will have lifted spirits and Genoa’s form this campaign won’t particularly worry Allegri in his preparations.

The Old Lady don’t tend to score many goals, but they should get over the line in this one.

Prediction: Juventus 2-0 Genoa

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Author: XenBet